dirty laundry

NOUN
  1. personal matters that could be embarrassing if made public
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How To Use dirty laundry In A Sentence

  • Goldman ferrets through the dirty laundry of the movie business and examines the stains (including his own) with forensic detail.
  • The divorce has meant airing their dirty laundry in court.
  • The divorce has meant airing their dirty laundry in court.
  • Adam put on some pants and picked up a random shirt from his dirty laundry.
  • At the end of his freshman year he packed his bag with dirty laundry and went his own way. Times, Sunday Times
  • We looked under beds, behind the couch, in and around the baskets of dirty laundry… you name it we looked there.
  • The message is loud and clear: Korean women do not belong crouched down on the floors of the nation washing men's dirty laundry.
  • He walked back into the bathroom and tugged off his T-Shirt, throwing it in a pile of dirty laundry he had yet to do.
  • He'd put his dirty laundry in the clothes basket.
  • I still remember securing, cataloging, and inventorying every single item in his house, including his dirty laundry.
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